To compare the language texts of a query, specify the source and target languages on the initial screen, select the radio button for queries and enter the query and user group names in the appropriate fields. As an example, we can use the queries G6 and S3 of the user group FB.
Choose Change to start the comparison.
Since the subsequent procedure is already known, the list here contains only the different sub-objects or texts which can occur, what (if anything) needs to be noted.
Title and notes
Texts of local fields exist in two forms - a description (or long text) and headers. Note that, with headers, replacement variables for field contents (&field) occur in every language version.
You are always given the option of adjusting field headers, if non-standard headers have been defined in the query definition. As with local fields, replacement variables for field contents (&field) occur in every language version.
These are texts that identify the declared additional selections on the selection screen.
Control level texts
If you have defined control level texts for sort criteria and you want these texts to be output at the beginning of each control level, these texts can also be adjusted. Note that the template in each control level text for the value of the control level field must occur in every language version. It is especially important that the delimiters for the template (< and >) and the number of underscores are retained.
The same applies for subtotal texts, i.e. the texts which are output at the end of each control level if a subtotal has been requested, as for control level texts. The template for the value of the control level field must be retained in every language version.
Field output templates also need to be compared if they contain texts. This is required as these templates can contain text. However, it is very important that the delimiters (LL< and >) and the number of underscores are retained in every language version.
Basic list headers
The fixed header and footer lines defined for a basic list can be defined. This lines can be compared. Note that replacement variables for field contents (&field) occur in every language version.
The title, the fixed header lines, and the footer lines must be compared for each statistic. As with basic list headers, replacement variables for field contents (&field) occur in every language version.
The same texts exist for the ranked lists as for the statistics. The comparison runs in parallel.